Maine DEP Monthly
Maine and WEF's
Penobscot Watershed and Development of a TMDL
Maine Rural Water
Wastewater Control Association
The Maine Lagoon
Tim was also the recipient of NEWEA's 2001 Laboratory Excellence Award. He also writes wastewater laboratory training articles and puzzles for professional wastewater operations and laboratory organizations in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Jersey. He is also involved at the national level of the Water Environment Federation (WEF) by writing Certification Questions for use on the interactive WEF website.
for Crystal Crucible (C2) Society Nominations
The Crystal Crucible (C2) Society recognizes and
honors individuals for their outstanding contributions that promote
professionalism in the wastewater laboratory field. Nominees are not required to
be NEWEA members, nor are the people who nominate them. Examples of outstanding
contributions are significant, active participation in wastewater-related
analyses, education, training, safety, certification, management and planning.
If you know of someone who you think should be honored for their contributions to the wastewater laboratory field, why not nominate them for the Crystal Crucible Society? Nomination forms and further information can be obtained from LPC Chair Tim Loftus at (508) 949-3865 firstname.lastname@example.org or the NEWEA office at (781) 939-0908, email@example.com, 100 Tower Office Park, Suite K, Woburn, MA 01801. The nomination form and Society membership requirements can also be downloaded from NEWEA’s website www.newea.org. Follow the links to “NEWEA Comm.” then to “Lab Practices.”
Please submit nominations by June 1, 2006.